Over half of all big data projects fail. Here's some advice to help you prevent your business from becoming just another statistic.
The number of payments made through mobile devices is set to rise to almost 30 billion by 2014, according to an RBS report.
At First Banks Inc., the name of the game is finding new ways to keep up with the giant financial institutions that have billions of dollars to spend on new products and services.
Analysts are pondering just what Microsoft might do with the Android-variant smartphone Nokia has under development: Keep it or kill it.
Microsoft used the hoary practice of predicting next year to drive another nail into Windows XP's coffin.
Gartner says that its clients have started planning to migrate from Unix. For some of them, it may take two or three years, and for others, five years. A few may still be running Unix 10 years from now, but nonetheless, Gartner believes the operating system is on a path to insignificance.
Dell will start selling systems early next year that run Red Hat's version of the OpenStack open-source cloud platform.
The "Internet of Things" is continually gaining momentum, with M2M (machine to machine) communication pegged as the next major development.
A widely used security feature intended to protect access to online bank accounts is becoming increasingly ineffective, as cybercriminals develop advanced malicious software for Android devices, according to a report released Wednesday.
Google rolled out an overhauled version of its Sheets spreadsheet app today, bringing more capabilities and offline mode to its suite of cloud-based productivity tools.
Microsoft has launched the Cloud OS Network, a global consortium of cloud service providers that offer Windows Azure IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service).
Cisco Systems forecast slower long-term revenue growth Thursday, citing conservative spending by its customers and uncertainty about the economy in some parts of the world.
When it comes to security risks, BYOD is the gift that keeps on giving. But what about the devices that your employees used to use, gave up on and, months later, finally dug out of the closet to sell? That's another issue to wrestle with. Here are seven ways to beat the monsters.
Before rushing into allowing employees to do their jobs on their personal devices, organizations need to diligently address the unique risks of that practice, cautioned a report by an international cybersecurity information organization.
A new survey reports that 70 percent of companies believe BYOD will or already has improved their work processes and 59 percent believe they would find themselves at a competitive disadvantage without BYOD.
The past year has seen its share of newly emerging or persistent threats that security and IT executives need to be aware of and in many cases defend against.
Moving to an as-a-service computing model is inevitable and the discussion across enterprises is no longer just about risk but rather the speed by which services can be delivered to achieve competitive advantage.